Friday, 19 April 2013

Apostillisations and Notarisations in Korea

You can get documents notarised and apostillised and they'll be recognised in countries that are in the Hague Agreement. Canada is NOT. So if you need to use a document in Canada, check with the embassy.

It's the building at the bottom of this map (you have to open the webpage in Internet Explorer). It's on the 4th floor. Google translates translates it as "Passport-related services: 80 Susong-dong, Jongno-gu korianri passport Reinsurance Building, 4th Floor."

You need to go to this building, "Passport. Line 5 Gwanghwamun Station, Exit 2. Line 3, Exit 6 of Anguk direction (Jongno District Office located across from the back door) Emigration and passport with Apostille office also is in the same layer"

It cost 1000 won and depending on what time you go, you may get your documents back the same day or you may have to wait until the next day. I highly recommend making a day of it and seeing all the sites nearby.

To get a doc notarised, you'll need a google translation of the document in Korean, your ARC, and your passport. It costs about 25,000 to 50,000 won for a notarisation and you can get it back the same day.

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